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Grant and Fellowship Workshops
Pauline Lewis, Fulbright U.S. Fellowship Recipient, Graduate Writing Center Consultant
This workshop will first briefly review funding opportunities for graduate students in humanities, social sciences, and related fields. The workshop will then focus on strategies for writing effective applications for grants and fellowships to support graduate study and research, especially for students seeking doctorates and research MAs. The workshop will also cover tips for organizing the application process. (Approx. 36 mins. Recorded in 2014.)
Click here for presentation slides: Writing Successful Grant and Fellowship Applications in the Humanities and Social Sciences.pdf
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Presenter: Pauline Lewis is a fifth-year doctoral student in Near Eastern History. She focuses on the history of the Ottoman Empire during the late-nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. She earned her BA in History and Arabic Studies at the University of Michigan, and after graduating she received a Fulbright Fellowship to study in Egypt. More recently, she has received a Graduate Student Fieldwork Fellowship from the UCLA International Institute, as well as a FLAS Turkish fellowship.